Meg Affonso is an actor, choreographer, writer & producer/director; she is a gifted storyteller who has the performing arts ingrained in her soul. From the age of 4, Meg was singing in her church on a regular basis. By the age of 5, Meg began dance lessons and in high school she discovered acting. Meg studied with the Deena Levy Theatre Studio in NYC and has performed in a variety of theatrical productions, ranging from musical theatre to dramatic plays. Meg has studied various forms of dance, including: ballet, jazz, contemporary, modern & theatre dance. In recent years, Meg has been performing in film, web series productions, commercials & television. She recently produced and directed a production of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow is Enuf & Women of Color in the Arts Expo. Meg has been a yoga instructor for 11 years and has a background in the Culinary arts. Currently, Meg is teaching theatrical arts to children, choreography, developing performance art and writing films. Meg’s mission is to tell stories that matter & to help others by enriching their lives with art.